OPEC’s decision not to cut production to shore up oil prices drove down the price of oil even further in a strong challenge to American shale oil producers – or, in less delicate language, the start of an all-or-nothing price war.
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A steady stream of temporary foreign workers have started to leave the region after changes were made to the program back in June.
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Grande Prairie real estate may have seen record sales for October, clearing out some inventory (homes sitting on the market), but homebuilders aren’t really feeling that added pressure, said Carston Siebert, president of the Canadian Home Builder’s Association’s Grande Prairie branch.
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EDMONTON – New research is raising concern about tens of thousands of dormant Alberta oil wells that don’t meet even minimum safety standards.
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The speed limit along Range Road 60, from Township Road 744 north to the Saddle Hills County border is on the rise after County of Grande Prairie council passed a motion on Monday.
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I taught my students that intermittent renewable electricity (wind and solar) was third class compared with dispatchable fossil fuels (first class) and baseload nuclear power (second class). But that renewables may be turned into a first class electricity source with the development of affordable grid-scale storage. There are two important qualifiers to this statement and those are 1) affordable and 2) grid-scale. By grid scale I mean electricity storage that could power a medium sized town for a day or longer, or every night when the sun is down.
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Foot traffic and retail sales are declining at U.S. shopping malls, and the reason is no surprise: the relentless rise of online retail.
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No man is an island — but do Calgarians living in luxury multi-million dollar homes deserve to be the exception?
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BERLIN (Reuters) – German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said he expected his Social Democrat party (SPD) would back Europe’s free trade agreement with Canada (CETA), which has faced opposition from party left-wingers due to its investment protection clause.
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Finance is a strange industry. The way we think about fees, the way it’s discussed in the media, how laypeople use it, and the way it’s taught in school is like no other field.
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